The Life and Visions of the Great Wisdom Queen Yeshe Tsogyal

from Drime Kunga


YESHE TSOGYAL was the most important disciple and companion of the Indian master Padmasambhava, who established Buddhism in Tibet in the 8th century. The autobiographies of the famous dakini are treasure texts, in Tibetan terma, which she wrote and concealed during her lifetime. The present terma was discovered by Drime Kunga in the 14th century. He initially concealed it again until the great master Jamyang Khyentse Wangpo rediscovered it in 1848. Now it is available to the Western world for the first time in English and German. With a preface by Dzongsar Jamyang Khyentse.

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